Syrian Refugees are Suffering the Harshest Huda Storm

Syria no more- the war is changing the country beyond recognition

Syria’s three-year-old civil war – a vision of unimaginable desolation
More than 18,000 people are existing under blockade inside Yarmouk, enduring acute shortages of food, medicines and other essentials.

Yarmouk has been cut off since last July (2013). Many residents are now weak and severely malnourished, as well as being exposed to the risk of disease, or death and injury from fighting.

Syrian Civil War

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The country formerly known as Syria


The Canadian government pledged $5 million in aid for Iraqi civilians as the Islamic State continued its assault on religious minorities.

They’re not Muslims — they’re actually anti-Islam in their beliefs and the way that they act.

Iraqi (Canadians) Protest against ISIS terrorism in Iraq

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Systematically killed on an industrial scale

Although Christians, Muslims and Jews have lived in northern Iraq and Syria for nearly two-thousand years, and at least six hundred years before Islam, today they face extinction across the region.

The world once solemnly promised to never allow another holocaust to happen again. Yet, we have witnessed episodes of ethnic cleansing and genocide repeatedly throughout history. Time and again, the world has stood silent as whole populations and tribes were exterminated, relocated, and forced into destitution.

Today, nobody is running toward the Christians to help them. These people are on their own and they have nothing!
ISIS is killing Christain

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